On his first "warpath" in New York's Lake Otsego during the French and Indian Wars, the courageous Natty Bumppo—one of American literature's noblest heroes—is honor-bound to rescue a trapper and his family attacked by Iroquois Indians. Accompanied by his loyal Mohican friend, Chingachgook, the great frontiersman becomes embroiled in a bloody battle of capture and escape.
Originally published in 1841, The Deerslayer
is one of James Fenimore Cooper's legendary "Leatherstocking Tales"—heart-pounding narratives of adventure in the vast wilderness and desolate prairies of eighteenth-century America. Acclaimed by D. H. Lawrence as "the loveliest and best" of Cooper's works, The Deerslayer
recaptures the danger and excitement of frontier life in the New World.
Reprint of The Works of James Fenimore Cooper, Mohawk Edition: The Deerslayer or The First War-Path, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York and London, 1895–1900.
|Author/Editor||James Fenimore Cooper|
|Dimensions||5 3/16 x 8 1/4|